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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

" .Nptices. -"' - A DIVANCE on WOOL, iBRAI., ja c;'O4C S STylATIN PRO Newt"Z~ialaid:' -Loan and ,- _Mejcantile 2^Lg.fl.t . Ceo jafny d(L imi .) CAPITA-L - - . £S3,500,90 I bIESER V FUND .;.. -.£2'O5o000 ,l'- "!Make Liberal Cash A'dvan?-ioon ,;,; *. ,. ,; b Station Sn .aritiei. ' ; *,.iEniifr Olip-'nf Wodl, Ominiw'"e. -FOiRt;SALTV in MELBOURNE, PIi B lOl-.'S6HIPME:NT"to LON.(N'N* . i'Aueiloh"Sales "of 'rool ~lieldl t?gghlrirly , *lijiaighnhte th"seafson'. ';'"! ,):.I,'tL j Auctiblii iSales 'of. Tnllot/Il Htdes, Slecep|skins, Leather, &c., three times a t" eek throughout die year. Fela every Wedonesday. - l , DAVIU.[ LDERZ. MtN ..i rr -i ".('iaNGHUSBA.XD; ' ,.'Wool nd ,PrqdqeolMlanagor tuboueWool nitid Graint WorelrcBous$eg 1TWAHaPrtreet 1W i *Pianos. ,ia9,s, O.gans. Organs: x'T R: R-- FURLONG0 n ;ivVw' .'" 44iwnlton-street "'l ;89no( (Eaurtldoor<hfrom Boplke-etkee.) Pij'mIy. Ll1).,1JOi?jcih,T Shiedmnyer, ?hl?,,B9her,,?fi. 0ehro1r, r,.Withr, 'ea. Aget for tAa e cele...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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ORDINARY MEETING. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

ORDINARY MEETING (CoLtin ued). for Nolnn mlpvodl and Cr Pooke see onded-" That John H. Roberts be appointed to oil and take care of the Corop well and wind-mill for the sum of £5 per annum." Carried. Cr Pook moved, and Cr Nolan seconded-",That the Engineer be in Sstructed to open thoe road near Mrs. Jacision's, parish of 'Runnymede, as asked for at once.' Carried. SI'ho President, in speaking of the necessity for seeing that the Engineer had the road opened before next meet ing, said for tlte plst two .years 'the officers had boen'th?'-counicil, and they (the councillors), were only idle people coming there to spend a day. 'Cr. Phillips'.iriovied--f-'fhat Con stable Bennett be appointed Inspector of Nuisances for the Central Riding at .an annual salary of £10. Seconded by the President, and carried. SWith reference to the Bathurst Burr, Or. Nolan stated that they were very bad in "his part of the' shire, and it tvas nocedsary that'iminediate actionl* should be taken to have them cut...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

lNotice. TEA. TEA. TEA. Notice to Householders. THE Celebrated ,COCK BRAND (Chinese Rooster on each packet). The Purest Tea the World Produces. - Sole Agents for Tatura, i F. WILLIAMS and 0Co. TURINLEY BROS. ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS,. FINANCE And GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, All?a-street, Kyaabrasn. Loaes Negotiated at 7 per cent. Auction Sales conducted at Shortest Notice. SPLENDID BUILDING and Rtesidence SITES in the best situn tions in the Township FOR SALE, Cheap, and on the most reasonable terms; also. several splendid FARMS, well watered and improved FORl SALE, or Lease; on liberal terms of from 150 to 1,000 acres. LISTS of Properties for Sale or Lease on application, An English CHAFFCUTTER (with duplicates) in good working order, also 8-horse power engine for working same,n cheap, and on exceptionally good terms. Shops and dwellingsings in the township well situated for sale or lease, also the goodwill, &c., of a first-class bootmrnk ng business. We have a large number of ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

9 You seen animated by this fine autumn scene, my dear Annie," said a lover. " No," said she, "I never shall be Annie mated till I become your wife." A dliver engaged in divilngoperations off the coast opposite Gibraltar, under Apes Hill, ,viththe object of ascertaining the whereabouts of a recent . wreck, hlas discovered at the bottom from 80 to 100 large guns, mostly 24 and 32 pounders, and also two large anchors. They are supposed to have belonged to some large line-of-battle ship which sank in the old war, possibly after the battle of TýafaJger.

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WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

WE SUOULD BLOT OUtr DIS EASE IN- ITS EARLY STAGES The disease commniences ith a slight derangement of the stomach, but, .if neglected, it in time involves the whole frame. embracing the kidneys, liver, pancreas, and in fact the entire glandular system; and the 'fllictedldrage qpt. a tmiserable existence until death gives relief from 'suffering.: The -disease is, often mistakei" for other complaints; but if the reader, will ask himself the following -questions he will be able to determine whether he himself is onie of the' afflicted ;-Have. I distress, pain, or diffiultv in breathing 'after eating? Is there a dull, heavy feeling, attended by drowsiness ? Have, the eyes a yellow tinge? Does a' thick, sticky mucous gather about the guins and teeth in the mornings; accompaniedi by, a disagree able taste? Is the tongue coated? Is there pain in the sides and back? Is there a fullness' about the right side as if the liver were enlarging? Is there costiveness? Is there' vertigo or dizzi nes...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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UNITED ECHUCA AND WARANGA WATER TRUST. COROP, TUESDAY, 12TH APRIL, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

co . Te ason ,12Ha ARIL, 1887. Apreeant-Com Murphy (Chairman) 'Friphy, Cassen, Wigg, and Heiley; r.: W. S. Murray, Engineer; Mr J. S;' Ci , Secrety; Mr. Pseeble,'Clerh .. ;;: ... COa sUIPOmD oU 01. iOutward .orresp~lence read. i n.ward cor?esponildene. Settue from James i ratford, Ton tintimatingt that he war, pre t. i.ccRpt' compensation at the rate oi pr are for the easemenit to be takesi over pirtion of his land. Receivtd;. 'Frion. the UTnder-Tresaurer statiag thlt'aipiroval ihad been given to the up iatiomi, that Echuca Shire'd quota (': 8l44 .l144k) olt.te interest due on hime Trust loan be paid over, and that the receiver and pay-master at EcheI? iaould be' advised aenrdingly. Received. r:-rom the Departnment of Mines and er Supply requesting to be in. d what steps lad been taken by -WTrust towards paying the interest '?ie pnpp the latter's loan up to the Slat DeIember last.' Received. From Mr. W. S. . Moay, C.E., in timasting that it was his intention to 'present himself at t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

. or Sale tUp'-ýr For Sale. ,)DURI. Purple Straw SEED U WHEAT, free from any mixture, rusy be had by applying to .LEWIS BYRNE Baldwinsville. .FOR SALE. HEVELIER SEED BARLEY, C from Mr. Hugh Drum's farm. Apply to F. WILLIAMS & CO., Tatura. Notice to Farmers. *jIRST-CLA88 Seed WHEAT, i BARLEY, (Battledore, or Cape) and OATS for Sale at Day's Flour DMill, South Murchison. ANN DAY, 21st March,,1887. Notices. OH I WHIAT A TREAT I ! JuAt the MaNa the Docter Ordered ! or A Thousand Gallon Tank made for Six Goinea.. E?. U STI AU'N' PRAOTIOAL TIN SI4H. Repairs of every description of Iron or Tinware exea?ted cheaply. JAMES PARK ER, General Blacksmith,. HOUSESHOER, RUSHWORTH ROAD, TAT U R A,: ?? EGS.most respectfully to thIank hie nB - nlumerniu friends and patrons, and .ruate to bnutinue' to merit a shajre of iJeir patronage. PrdfeslonaL . (caun) ,c DR. J. H CARNEY. PHYSICIAN, SURoGEON •~ . .· · .A C, o CHB.VR, TKYABBEAM. D R. :MEYERS; I.lR.C.P., L.M. M.R.C.8., ENO. : (Late Resideont...

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

ihe nabyam1nt iu. r- OULton, D SVIDT PRIDAT. FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1887. Through pressure on our space we are compelled to hold over the Moo roopus Hospital report, and other items of interest. An announcement appears in our ad vertising columns, that Messrs. Turnley Bros., (through their aactioneer, Mr. J. G. M'Kinney) will submit a number of valuable sites in the best part of Kyabram, immediately opposite the railway station, on Wednesday next, the 27th inst. Land speculator would do well not to let this opportunity pass. The terms are very easy, and the land is for positive salk At the Mechanics' Hall, yesterday evening, Miss Amy Joans' "Pleasant Hours' Company".made their first ap pearance to a Taters audience. They were well and deservedly received. The lateness of the hour eonmpells us to with hold a fall report of the programme, but as these talented artists appear again to-night, we will then give them a fall report. The usually quiet district of Kyabram was all astir last Frida...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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RUSHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

RUSH WORTH. 130o 0ov oWN COiRB3PONDINT. Since my last, I have beeh prospecting round, fossicking out any truthful and reliable items I might find, and I regret to say they are very scarce indeed, " My last to you was made up of nothing but falsehoods and minstatements, so say some of our local wiseacres, so I must be careful for the future, and state " The whole truth and nothing but the truth" so help my bob." It is but truthful to inform you that the concert given for the benefit of the brass band, on. St. Patrick's night, was the best ever given in the Shire Hall. I mever in all my life saw an amateur entertainment pass off so well. It is a general thing at nuch affairs to fnd a sertain per centage of the performers fail to sustain their parts either to the satis faction of the audience or themselves, but the general opinion expressed by persnns present was that it was the " best on record " If the same was given at your local hall I venture to ecy that the verdiet would be confi...

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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

New Time Table., Trains leave Tatura 6.40 a.m. and 4.20 p.m.; arrives at 11.56 p.m. and 8.20 p.m. North-Eastern train leaves 31el bourne 6.40 a.m.and 2.55 p.m.; arrives in Melbourne at 11.16 a.ma. express from Seymour, and 10.15 p.m. ordi nary. Goulburn Valley trains arrive at Seymour 9.10 a.m. and 0.47 p.m., and leave Seymour for Melbourne 9.38 a.im. and 7.53 p.m.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

Now that the Chair of Musie is almost an established fact in connection with the University of Melbourne, every effort will be put forward to have a professor installed at as early a date as possible. When Mr. Ormond met the council on Saturday and acquainted them that he would hand over the £20,000 he had promised this week, he stated that he would enclose a cheque for £200, to cover the expense of cablegramsand pay the fare of the professor and all the cost he incurred in coming to Victoria, so that he might land free of all lia bilities. The offer was accepted with thanks and an assurance given that every effort would be put forth to secure the best man, and his attedance, without any delay. The new professor will re ceive a salary of £1,000 a year, together with house and so on, and will be chosen from the musical oircles of Great Britain or the Continent, according as the committee of selection may deter mine.

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MR. WYATT'S APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

* Mu WYAT_.S hy" D FOfjN?~1NT1 ":. the hal-yoear ending 80th Juno 5.'$ui-clpson, 17th T itushworth,- 28th M.urohiaion, 25h _ Rushworth 266t th Tatura, 27th " :1 JUNE PT..t Mturchinon, `2nat < a. ý Ru hworth' i22ra1:f . ý Tatu~ir~a' h..a ;rii.

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THE EFFECTS HAVE BEEN WONDERFUL. "Ilford Road Dispensary, Dukinfield, May 3rd, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

THE EFFECTS HAVE BEEN WONDERFOL. "Ilford Road Dispensary, Dukinfield, May 3rd, 1884. "Dear Bir,-I am happy to inform you that the sale of your Syrup and Pills increases here continually. Several of my customers speak of having de rived more beneit from the use of these than from any other medicine. In some inetanees the effects have been wonderful.-Youra very respectfully. ' Pro. Edwin Eastwood, J. B." Coaj of Arms-Sleeves.

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AFTER SEVERAL YEARS. "Stoke Ferry, January 9th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

AFTER BSEVERAL 'EARe.' " Stoke Ferry,January 9tb, 1884. " Gentlemon,-I. have used Seigel's Syrup for several years, and have found it a most efficacious remedy for Liver complaints and general debility, and I always keep some by me, and cannot speak too highly in its praise.-I re main, yours truly, " Harriet King."

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AFTER MANY YEARS. "Whittle-le-Woods, near Chorley. "December 26th, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

AFTCER MANY YARBS. " Whittle-lo-Woods, near Chorley. " December 26th, 1883. Dear Sir,-Mother Seigel's medicine sells exceeding well with us, all that try it speak highly in its favour.. W'e had a case of a young lady that had been troubled many years with pains after eating. She tells us that the pains were entirely taken' away after a few doses of your medicine.-Yours tnuly, S"E. Peel."

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KYABRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

IKYABIIAM$" M r. B.'Goddard and Mr. D. Menzies, the local grain buyers, appear to be doing ii brisk business. During the past week large quantities 'of grain have been ai away. ,Barley ranged from as. 6d..ýo' 4s..8d. according to quality. On lasI inquiry wheat was Se. 5Od. . SIt is understood that on the en - .iiletion, of the section of the railway bitween Tatura and Kyabram, the Go 'vernnmnt intend taking it over. This is. hailed with satisfaction, as greater secti;in referoir to is nearing ompletion, the. long-desired _advantage will Snon be An accident, which might have been .attended-with. seriona.zeenltaehappened. "tin ?fi'lday afteriioobii it the Merrigum railway,, platform. A navy 'who was about torproceed to Tongals, jumped on' to a truck loaded withLballast. while in motion bhis foot struck the side board, and he rolled down;between;two of the ti'ucks, his head coming ii~ conitact with the coupling chain. The engiime was immediately stopped, and the injured maln:' removed ...

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A WOMAN FROM AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

:W A WOMAN FROM AUSTRnIA. Near the village of Zillingdorf, in the Lower Austria, lives Maria ilaas, an tide intelligent and industrious woman, whose lay, story of physical suffering and final roe of lief, as related by herself, is of interest Ith to English women. "I was employed," ea she says, "in the work of a large farm ion house. Overwark brought r a sick head te .ache, followed by a deathly fainting and el- sickness of the stomach, antil I was gy unable to retain either food or drink. I of was compelled to take to my bed for dIe several weeks. Geutting a little better on from rest and .quiet, I sought to do soina iv. work, but was soon taken with a pain in to my side, which in a little while seemed el- to spread over my whole body, and en throbbed is my every limb. This was lie friends told me that my time had nearly t-. come and that I could not live longer no than .when the trees lput on their green gs once more. Then I hap. ened to get one os. of the-Seigel pamphlets. I read...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

'mCO3Eik) CIAl L INT ILLLC ENCI . ; _,yIPRODUCE REIORTS w- ' a·erY ~ little grain is now coming.to the T ira le statiun, otler than from Kyabeam and` Msrsiguum , owing to the local farmers ? ig ; busy .ploughing and sowing. The pri i s durig ohs week have remained the ' :sniac n blst quotations. Seesa t Wilta i arnd. Con o report the .:; l '.iietas fllows-.'-Wlteat, s. S 1n l Barley; 4- 7d ;tgood 'amples, oats, from 2s,4d to 1'The following are the consignees now lying at the Talurn railway. suttion :-W. Ryan, Wootton, Morrissey, Shechsn,Laid. low, Lilfort, Davis, Ilatcliffe, Daly -and Woodyatt, itoss, Hogan, Williams, Buchanan, Forsyth, Hocklns, Bazcley, Leyden, "M'El gumon, 3l1Kensie, Allan Collie, Oonnor, Higgins, Manning, Clark, Lauocster.------- The following are the exports frot the railway stiition- Wheat.' 1603 Pollard 144 Total 1115 The NatiiU iMortgitoe and Agency Com pan~y, (luld..) report having sold privately durlug week epdieg 12lth March,; 1887, 8788 bags of produee, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

,l, ,:,, ........,, :,: . Tr'ade Adnue wwes. .- . TOMAS B A AZE:L E ,Y 'SS (Late of Moira) CRITERION HOTEL,, (Late J. TIERNEY'S), 5"::oli iable comfinort ,a offered to ; ., r ,,..' .. OARDERS and the TRAVELLING PUBLIC. Tie ?lnes and Spirits are Personal ?S?leted from, tien :- :Stoeks of the betst Prod aeers. ., S B:ILLIARDS I BILLIARDS ! ,BILLIARDS.,! HORSES and BilGGIES always onHIRE.: .Extensive and comfortable S S'T ABLING ACCOOBMMODA?TIO. OGAN'S' COMMERCIAL ,HOTEL, iOMIAS :tOi b tointimteo to the surrounding inhabitante and bl geery Superir Accommodation.and Moderate Charges are le speciality of qt' atclass hotel. -v . : , , All qmlUOit.s othe nest Mrasnamnd Putrest quality onlyy' IIIJARD i:' BLLIARDSi BIILLIARDS! I! SUPERIOR STABLING, and, ACCOMMODATION, PADDOCKS. : ,Horses and Buggies, as well as Buggy Pairs always on. Hire. INN'S -BUSHY INN, CASEY-ST. TATURA. FIRSTCL SS A'CcOMMODATION FORS .*2 r. TJ2 TTE. LLER S. Wi.' nes, Aes,., and, ,p.rits of the Beast, Brands., ,: NEW, SE...

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